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Star Wars: Yoda #3 (of 10)

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Based on 8 critic ratings.

Yoda’s experiment with the Scalvi has ended in disaster, the situation on Turrak worse than ever.

A new generation has risen up since the Jedi Master first came to the planet, a generation that still hasn’t learned the most important lesson of all.

Will Yoda abandon those who need him most in their hour of need?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
22 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 98

    Comic Crusaders

    This is an excellent story and the art just jumps off the page with color and character. The seemingly simple tale is full of heart and wisdom. This is the kind of stories that elevates Star Wars comics beyond copying older stories and styles. Here’s hoping the incoming team is similarly inspired next issue and that we will see more of this excellent team in future arcs.

  • 96


    This issue wraps up the story of the Scalvi rather neatly. I loved how Bree eventually figured out what the issue was with the Crulkon and why they’d been raiding their island. I also quite liked the quiet way in which Yoda seemed to try and guide him to that conclusion. Hopefully, the next story arc is as good if not better than this.

  • 90

    Graphic Policy

    Overall, Star Wars: Yoda #3 is an excellent issue that shows the wisdom of Yoda. The story by Cavan Scott is exciting. The art by the creative team is stunning. Altogether, Star Wars: Yoda #3 is a story that shows peace is always the best way.

  • 84

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: A thoughtful, entertaining end to this particular arc that shows the growth of all of the characters as well as crafting a story with some great parallels to the real world. Scott crafts an engaging story of redemption for one of the characters as Yoda learns a lesson regarding his place as a Jedi in war.

    The Art: Leon delivers some great art in the issue. The visuals are bright, fun and visually engaging.

  • 84

    The Fandom Post

    While I wasn’t hugely excited for this book or even this storyline going by the first issue, it certainly grew on my as it progressed and drawing it to a close with this release helps even more. This is something that makes for a really good read in full because it’s not overly drawn out or trying to make it into something bigger than it needs to be. It’s small but important and lets the medium work well with the designs, color, and approach. Yoda’s definitely playing something of a Gandalf role here to a degree and I really just liked the way he seemingly wandered in decades later to help see if the lesson was finally learned. It’s a good read with great and distinctive artwork that delivers a fun story. I’m looking forward to seeing where it shifts next.

  • 80

    The book delivered a fulfilling conclusion to an adventure with relatively low stakes and did so in a more subdued way than Star Wars typically offers, showing just how much storytelling potential this series brings with it.

  • 50

    SWNN - Star Wars News Net

    Looking back on these first three issues of the series and this issue in particular, the biggest risk it took was making Yoda a background character in his own story to elevate Bree and his journey. I consider myself a positive person, and while that risk didn’t work for me, at the very least I can see why Yoda would look back fondly on his time with the Scalvi. Now onto the next chapter in Yoda’s life.

  • 20

    Impulse Gamer

    Yoda is a dick in this, go read the Obi Wan series instead.

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